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Captivate

Cap´ti`vate
v. t.1.To take prisoner; to capture; to subdue.
[imp. & p. p. Captivated; p. pr. & vb. n. Captivating.]
2.To acquire ascendancy over by reason of some art or attraction; to fascinate; to charm; as, Cleopatra captivated Antony; the orator captivated all hearts.
p. a.1.Taken prisoner; made captive; insnared; charmed.
Women have been captivate ere now.
- Shak.
Verb1.captivate - attract; cause to be enamored; "She captured all the men's hearts"
allure, argue into, attract, becharm, beguile, bewitch, bring over, bring round, bring to reason, carry away, cast a spell, con, convince, dazzle, delectate, delight, draw, draw on, draw over, enamor, enchant, endear, enrapture, enravish, enslave, enthrall, entrance, freak out, gain, gain over, glamour, gratify, grip, hold, hold in thrall, hook, hook in, hypnotize, imparadise, infatuate, inflame with love, intrigue, knock dead, knock out, magnetize, mesmerize, outtalk, persuade, please, prevail on, prevail upon, prevail with, ravish, seduce, sell, sell one on, send, slay, spell, spellbind, sway, take, talk into, talk over, tantalize, tempt, thrill, tickle, tickle pink, titillate, transport, vamp, wangle, wangle into, wear down, wile, win, win over, witch, wow
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